NG1.3. The so-called "principle of counter-polarity"
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@ Dr. Ing. Jan Pająk

NG1.3. The so-called "principle of counter-polarity"
A path to any goal never is simple. This is because always on this path various obstacles appear, which force to walk around them. As it turns out, various limitations apply also to even God Himself. The most commonly known of these limitations include the so- called "free will", and the so-called "canon of ambiguity". What even more interesting, both these limitations God voluntarily imposed on Himself. This in turn means, that in order to tolerate such limitations, God needed to have an extremely important reason for introducing them. This reason is already explained in previous subsection NG1.1 of this volume.

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